Mac OS X Lion USB Drives Now Available From Apple For $75

If you have especially slow internet, or for any other reason want a physical copy of OS X Lion, you can buy it on a flash drive for $75 from Apple. 9to5Mac is reporting that some users may be able to get them free of charge if they’re “unable to use Lion’s built-in recovery tools”.

The USB sticks are available through AppleCare, though if you’re able to download it from the App Store, you can always just make your own for free. Hit the link for more info. [9to5Mac]

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